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#AgriMarkets: SA agricultural trade surplus expands

If we do not write about South Africa’s first quarter of 2019 agricultural trade figures, one would assume that there have been...

AgriScience staff among crop of new doctorates at Stellenbosch

There were four full-time staff members of the Faculty of AgriSciences at the University of Stellenbosch among the group of 30 students in the...

Implications of Brexit for SA wine exports

While uncertainty looms around Britain’s possible exit (Brexit) from the European Union (EU), Vinpro and Salba’s Winebiz stakeholder manager Michael Mokhoro looks at the...

First blended finance platform for the fruit industry

Hortfin is the first blended finance scheme for the fruit and wine industries and is aimed at fast-tracking the uptake of new entrants and...

Regulations hobble SA wine tourism

Wine tasting in South Africa is a niche tourism opportunity that may be hamstrung by closing-time regulations on tasting venues. Enver Duminy, Cape Town...

SA Wine creates market access for wine entrepreneurs

The South African Wine Industry Transformation Unit NPC is supporting 13 black-owned enterprises to participate in ProWein, the world’s largest wine and spirits trade...

Community participation in a diverse farm business

At first sight, Stefan and Francisca Gerber seem like an ordinary couple farming Merino and Dohne Merino sheep, Limousin cattle and wine grapes near...

Wine steward programme upskilling the youth

Deputy Minister of Tourism, Elizabeth Thabethe, visited the Highlands Wine Estate in KwaZulu-Natal to oversee and have firsthand experience on the practical training component...

2019 Cape Wine Auction raises R15 million

This year’s Cape Wine Auction (CWA) raised R15 359 500 which takes the funds raised, since the first auction was held in 2014, to...

Excise duties: Wine industry reacts positively

The South African wine and brandy industry welcomes the inflationary increase in excise duties announced by government on 20 February 2019. Lees dit in Afrikaans. During...